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Debunking the population myth

Book: The Population Myth: Islam, Family Planning and Politics in India Author: S.Y. Quraishi Publisher: Harpe...

The professor’s wisdom

Book: My Life in Red and White: My Autobiography Author: Arsène Wenger Publisher: W&N Price: R...
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Memories of listening to what the young ones say

In 1939, when Beverly Cleary was a children’s librarian in Yakima, Washington, she had a tough time find...

Top 11 reads for your little ones

1 V for Vaccine: A one-shot introduction to Vaccines by HarperCollins India (Rs 99) With a pandemic and the s...

Selective enlightenment

Book: Mutating Goddesses: Bengal’s Laukika Hinduism and Gender Rights Author: Saswati Sengupta Publisher...

Bitter truths

  Book: The Truth Machines: Policing, Violence, and Scientific Interrogations in India Author: Jinee Lok...

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Books  /  Published 10.03.21

A natural connection

By inspiring curiosity. In caring for plants, we can also experience a feeling of oneness with nature and a connection with the wider world. When introduced to it at an early stage, children can be ta...
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Books  /  Published 07.03.21

Chai pe Charcha (Lest we forget)

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Books  /  Published 06.03.21

Pushing the envelope

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Books  /  Published 05.03.21

A glass full of green magic

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Books  /  Published 05.03.21

Wisdom from the field

Patil’s rationale for choosing the elusive pangolin as the leitmotif for this book — the creature is in least conflict with humans and is yet endangered — is reinforced by the public...
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Books  /  Published 05.03.21

Deep impressions

Manju Kapur, too, emphasizes research as key to situating her novels. She can imagine Delhi, Lahore or Amritsar in the past more richly for having trawled through the archives, talked to people, and t...
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Books  /  Published 05.03.21

The worker bees

However, this is a book of limited ambition. The author does not delve into a detailed study of the differences among ideologically-regimented parties, caste/community-based parties and umbrella parti...
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Books  /  Published 05.03.21

Celebrating dissent

The choice of the seven is eclectic. Three Indians make it to the list, two from the realm of social and political ideas and one from the omnipresent world of spirituality: Arundhati Roy, Kancha Ilaia...
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Books  /  Published 03.03.21

Grammar of motherhood

Motherhood is not for the faint-hearted. We caught up with paternity and maternity wellness specialist and health transformation coach Vidhi Beri to chat about her book Decoding Motherhood. What&rsqu...
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Books  /  Published 03.03.21

Greenlights is no ordinary memoir

In a scene from We Are Marshall (2006), Matthew McConaughey tells a packed room of journalists “If it’s a miracle you are looking for, you gotta keep looking” and Greenlights (Hachet...
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